Chapter 7 and lecture: Radio
Tin Pan Alley
Tin Pan Alley is the name given to the collection of New York City music publishers and
songwriters who dominated the popular music of the United States in the late 19th
century and early 20th century.
What was t
Chapter 1: Living in a Media World
What is the difference between intrapersonal, interpersonal, small group, and mass
Intrapersonal Communication: communication you have with yourself. How you assign meaning
to the world around you.
Midterm #1 Lecture Topic Summary
Science, Theory and Research
1, Why theory
A: 1.There is nothing so practical as a good theory.
2.We have informal (and often wrong)theories about many things(We
are nave scientists)
2, Ways of knowing
Read the guide about images.
Go to OpenGameArt.org and find some images to use with this lab (do not use any images that I
used in the notes). Two of your images must be grids of sprites.
Create a program that meets the following criteria:
Must have a bac
Watch the video object-oriented programming 1.
Create two classes, one called MouseFrog and one called KeyboardFrog. The first will be a
frog that moves around the screen and is controlled by the mouse. The second is, naturally,
controlled by the ke
Watch the videos animation 1 and animation 2
Create an interesting animation. Examples include,
shapes with colors that gradually change over time
rain drops on a window (random sizes, random positions, not always perfect circles)
shapes that spiral
Watch the videos about arrays: arrays 1, arrays 2, array utilities, and for loops.
Create a program that uses arrays and for loops.
You are required to have:
at least one array
at least two for loops: one in setup() and one in draw(); you can have m
Create two classes: Player, Bug. The Player class (but not the Bug class) must draw an
animated sprite (maybe only if the player is in motion, or maybe all the time). The Bug class
must draw an image, which might or might not be animated. Create one
Watch the videos about keyboard input and mouse input.
Create a keyboard- and mouse-controlled program. At least one object has to move based on
keyboard input and/or mouse input. Or, at least one object may appear or disappear, or change
Awash River Valley,
Provide a nearly continuous record of human evolution
Early modern H. sapiens
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Spiral of Silence
of Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann
Attitudes one can express